With the mighty India hosting them, Sri Lanka come into their three-match series knowing that they have to improve massively ahead of the forthcoming T20 World Cup. You can watch all the action, no matter where you are in the world, by following our India vs Sri Lanka live stream guide below.
Hosts India battled to a 2-1 series win against the West Indies before Christmas - a victory that was perhaps more hard-thought than many had predicted. Nevertheless, it showcased the team's winning spirit and how difficult to beat at home they currently are.
Star batsman Rohit Sharma has been left out after a starring role against the Windies, while Jasprit Bumrah makes a welcome return from a back injury.
Sri Lanka will be missing Jasprit Bumrah, but former captain Angelo Mathews has worked his way back into the T20 team after a 16 month absence. The tourists suffered a total whitewashed in their last series against Australia late last year, and must now face an India side that's bang in form.
Follow the instructions below to find out how to grab an India vs Sri Lanka live stream from pretty much anywhere on Earth.
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Live stream India vs Sri Lanka from outside your country
In India, the UK, Australia or New Zealand and looking to find out how to watch the T20 matches between India vs Sri Lanka? We've got all the details about the broadcaster with the rights to show the series in your region below.
But if you're away from home country - maybe abroad on business or on holiday - but still want to tune in to your domestic coverage of the match then you'll run in to issues. Because of broadcaster geo-blocking, you won't be able to watch online from overseas. By using a VPN however, you'll be able to watch the game without having to resort to watching a potentially illegal feed from a dodgy Reddit link.
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By: Kevin Lynch